CSS3

Optimizing CSS for Retina screens

Optimizing CSS for Retina screens

0 on May 13, 2013, 2:25 pm / in CSS, CSS3, Mobile, Responsive

For my latest RWD project I’ve (finally) taken Retina screens into account. As it involved a good bit of trial & error I thought it might be useful to share this here. What does retina mean? In case you’re not familiar with the concept of retina screens: Apple has introduced so called retina screens with the latest iPhone, the ‘NEW’ […]

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Introducing the Call Now Button

Introducing the Call Now Button

15 on October 25, 2012, 10:48 am / in Code, CSS3, plugins, WordPress

A few weeks ago I was working on the company website of my mom, http://www.detwist.nl. I had already made the site responsive, which was a huge step forward since nearly 24% of her visitors view her site on a mobile device. But I wanted more… For most company websites the leads (prospects) come in via forms. Which is an excellent […]

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JavaScript libraries and the mobile U/X

JavaScript libraries and the mobile U/X

0 on May 7, 2012, 6:44 pm / in Code, CSS3, Mobile, Responsive

Why JavaScript libraries are keeping us from a good mobile experience Responsive (or RWD) is the new black. Every designer is talking about it and every company wants it. And for good reasons: the percentage of mobile visitors is increasing dramatically! But, as many have said before, RWD might not be the best user experience for your visitors as mobile […]

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Perfect widths and heights with CSS3 calc()

Perfect widths and heights with CSS3 calc()

0 on May 6, 2012, 12:31 pm / in CSS3, Responsive

My biggest frustration with CSS has always been that it’s not dynamic. Especially when it comes to layout, you want to style element in relation to each other. This frustration seems to be coming to an end. CSS3 is now introducing the possibility to calculate any value that can be used in CSS when you would normally enter a length […]

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